Personal data protection
Personal data is any information about a natural person (data subject) on the basis of which the natural person can be identified.
Data subject is a living natural person whose personal data is processed. Data subject within the meaning of the GDPR is not a legal person and data that is processed about a legal person is therefore not covered by the GDPR because data relating to a legal person is not personal data. The GDPR does not apply to data about deceased persons.
Administrator and processor
Both the administrator and the processor are legal or natural persons who administrate personal data.
Administrator (in this case Chance 4 Children z.s.) is the one for whose "benefit" the personal data is processed. Therefore, the administrator is always primarily responsible for their processing. The administrator decides the purpose, manner, scope and means by which personal data will be processed.
Processor (in this case Chance 4 Children z.s. and the entities that Chance 4 Children z.s. entrusts with the processing) is the person who carries out the processing of the personal data on the basis of instructions (authorization) and for the benefit of the administrator. A contractual relationship is established between the administrator and the processor. The administrator, not the processor, is always primarily responsible in relation to the data subject, however, in some cases the subject may approach the processor directly.
Chance 4 Children z.s. processes and stores personal data in accordance with the applicable legislation - i.e. Act No. 101/2000 Coll. and, with effect from 25 May 2018, also in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016.
- What personal data do we process?
The personal data we work with include:
- Email address (if provided)
- Telephone number (if provided)
- Date of birth (if provided)
- Tax ID and VAT number (if provided)
- Bank account number (if provided)
- Method of obtaining your data
- The provision of your personal data is voluntary. In some cases however, by the regulation of another standard however we must retain your personal data. For example, if you make a financial donation to us, we are obliged to keep this for ten years in our accounting records.
- How is your personal data handled?
Chance 4 Children z.s. uses your personal data for the following purposes:
- To process donations
- To communicate with donors
- To inform you about our projects and their results
- To deal with your requests or enquiries
- To receive feedback
- To modify your personal data and exercise your rights in accordance with data protection standards. For example, to give you access to your personal data.
- To comply with our obligations under applicable law
- Who has access to your personal data?
We share your personal data with a few third parties. These third parties are:
- Service providers for whom it is necessary to have access to your personal data in order to provide services (and this includes providers who process personal data on our behalf for the purposes of informing donors, storing and modifying data, providing IT and marketing services and data analytics)
- public authorities
- professional advisers (accountants, auditors, lawyers and other business contacts)
These third parties may be located in the Czech Republic, in other countries within the European Economic Area (EEA). The wording of applicable data protection laws in these countries may differ. We only enter into contractual relationships with third parties where we believe that they maintain an adequate level of data protection to protect any personal data held in that country and that such third parties will always act in accordance with applicable data protection laws.
- Your rights in relation to your personal data
It is your right to request the extraction of your personal data from our database and to obtain a description of the purposes for which it has been used. If you find that the data we hold about you is inaccurate or that the purpose for which it was obtained is no longer necessary, please, contact us. The contacts are listed below.
You also have the following rights:
- Right to restriction of processing - if you wish to temporarily stop supporting us, if you dispute the accuracy of the data (until we have made a correction) or if you object to the processing of the data (until we have investigated the complaint).
- Right to erasure or deletion - you also have the right to require us to erase or delete your personal data from our database (including consent to direct marketing, but this does not apply where we have other legal justification to continue processing your data or it is in our legitimate interests to process it).
- The right to object to processing on grounds of legitimate interest - to the extent that your personal data is processed.
You can contact us at:
Chance 4 Children (C4C) z. s.
Osvobozených politických vězňů 656
272 01 Kladno
Tel: +420 725 583 424
or by e-mail: email@example.com
If you wish to make a complaint about the way your personal data has been handled, please contact us and your complaint will be investigated. You also have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority (i.e. the Office for Personal Data Protection of the Czech Republic, Pplk. Sochora 27, 170 00 Prague 7).
- Changes to the declaration
Chance 4 Children z.s. reserves the right to modify this statement in light of developments in the implementation and interpretation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
- List of third parties cooperating with Chance 4 Children z.s.
- BlueDRM GmbH
- Czech Post, s.p.
- fundraising s.r.o.
Would you like to check what data we hold about you?
Send us a letter or an email to the address provided in paragraph 7 above.
You will receive a reply within 10 days.